If you are an international student joining Plymouth College of Art in Autumn 2020, congratulations and welcome! You have chosen a wonderful place to make your new home and you'll be surrounded by fellow creatives, historic scenery and outstanding specialist facilities. We can't wait to welcome you into our safe and supportive college community.
To start planning your studies please refer to your relevant timetable, these are linked below. You can also find out more about our broad and dynamic English Language Support Services (ESL) that are available for UK, Erasmus and International students to access all year round. If you have any questions about your enrollment, travel arrangements, accommodation and on-campus or online teaching, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
New and returning students should also visit the college's Welcome Site, containing essential information on enrollment, timetables and key dates. We recommend bookmarking this page to support you in your first term.
If you are studying a full-time BA (Hons) degree or Extended BA (Year 1, 2 & 3) please click the link below to view your new timetable.
If you are studying a part-time BA (Hons) degree please click the link below to view your new timetable.
If you are studying a full-time or part-time Masters programme please click the link below to view your new postgraduate timetable.
If you are studying on the Extended Diploma, International Baccalaureate or Foundation Diploma in Art & Design programme, please click the relevant link below to view your new pre-degree timetable.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) refers to learning English as a new resident in an English-speaking country. The college's Academic Skills staff and resources are available for UK, Erasmus and International students to access all year round. The service provides a broad and dynamic range of offerings including:
- One-to-one and/or small group meetings with an Academic Skills Advisor
- A range of online resources including guides, videos, readings and activities
- A six-week workshop series called ‘Improving your Verbal and Written Communication’
More information on this service and timetable is available in the link below: